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Grant Hamill joined Stifel as a Managing Director in 2011 when Stone & Youngberg merged with Stifel and manages the Phoenix Public Finance office, which originally opened in 2002. Mr. Hamill has worked in municipal finance since beginning his career with another investment banking firm in San Francisco, California, in 1984. Mr. Hamill’s responsibilities include overall management of the Phoenix Office, technical and credit analysis, rating agency expertise, and overall account management for cities, towns, counties, school districts, special tax districts, and state agencies. Mr. Hamill specializes in all aspects of new issue municipal bonds, including revenue bonds, general obligation bonds, refunding bonds, certificates of participation, lease revenue obligations, utility revenue bonds, tax anticipation notes, municipal property corporations, industrial development authority revenue bonds, and community facility district financings. He represents the firm on financings for the State of Arizona, and has served as Financial Advisor on various state financings totaling more than $2 billion. He maintains FINRA Series 7, 53, and 63 registrations. In 2005, Mr. Hamill was selected by then Governor Napolitano to serve on the Governor’s “Rating Agency and Investor Relations Taskforce,” which was organized to assist the State in evaluating alternative debt financing vehicles, investor relations and the formulation of debt policies. In Maricopa County, Mr. Hamill and his team advised the County Hospital on the sale of general obligation bonds as part of a $935 million dollar voter authorization secured in 2014. Mr. Hamill currently serves as a member of the City of Phoenix Long Term Disability (LTD) and Self Insurance Trust Boards and has been a resident of the City of Phoenix since 1989.